|Minimum Salary||Salary Transfer||Islamic Finance||Cashback||Annual Fee||Rate|
|HSBC Black Credit Card||Minimum Salary: AED 50,000||Salary Transfer: No||Islamic Finance: No||Cashback: No||Annual Fee: AED 1,575||Rate: 3.24%|
- Apply for a HSBC credit card today and get 10 entries in our FIFA World Cup draw
You can apply for the Black Credit Card if you:
- Have a HSBC Premier Account or a minimum monthly salary of AED 50,000
- Are between 21 and 70 years old
- Live in the UAE
- Air Miles is the loyalty program of HSBC UAE Credit Cards that rewards cardholders with Air Miles every time they use their credit card. As an HSBC Black Credit Cardholder you enjoy the highest earn rates compared to other HSBC cards.
- Enjoy 150,000 sign-up Air Miles for the first year and 75,000 anniversary Air Miles from the second year onwards
- Two free rounds of golf per month in select golf courses in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Ras Al Khaimah.
- Exclusive concierge service for luxury travel planning, access to the best in fine dining, and exclusive events for your entertainment.
- Get up to 15% off airfares (excluding applicable taxes, charges and fees) when you book with your HSBC Black Credit Card from 1 January 2022 until 31 December 2022, for travel dates up to 30 December 2023.
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